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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE. .ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1911
-AGS SIX i( r.i SI WIS 10 STUDY PRACTICAL MIK Wilt Spend Surnme? Vacation Under Tutelage of En gineer. Rice TUCSON. Aiiav. May 26. The min. Jflp class ot the University of Ari zona will go north to spend about fits, weoks of tbqlr 3unimer vacation. doin practical -work in mtno survey- ' lug under iho tutelage ot Mr. IUcc, 4 nromlnont nilniug engineer of the Hawthorn section of the territory. Mr. liloo is at the university now and wtU clje his future class a little leetnre this evening on their equip ment and other things pertaining to such a trip. Mr. Itlce is u graduate of Texas A, SI. and 'also of the Michigan College of Mines situated at" Hough- ' ton. He is a practical .man, and no n could bo better fitted to tanc .,.. . , rl,. of thle nature. TJu, unlvewlty Is especially fortun-1 Ia in obtaining a man of Mr. mco3i callbrs to bow tho prospective mln las owclnoers a few points along lu-Kclloul lines In regard to- mine sur veying. Practical work is one of the most valuable things to young en- siiuors at this stage ot the game. e. o. n. iita oonrso ih osneclallv so. . since it will help tho men to ollmln- ate tulncs. that' will probably bother thorn later on In their work. Tho mlno in which the students are to lo drilled will bo near Pres ott And will probably bo the. Poland mine, although It has not been fully s,utUed as yet The boy3 will have tho mine all to themselves and can work to their heart's content under tho watchful eye of Mr. nice. Mr. Rice plans to have tho twolve men who will accompany him worK in squads of about threo each. One I squad will run iuo piano uiuie, .ui- ( othor squad at the. same time will , work on tbo tunnel in varioup other , ways. The trip Is looked forward to . oy ail wim a great uviii ui iuic.to. Tho party will leavo about Juno 2. U Phoenix the men will do some survey work on land near the capl tol city. This Is work that requires an unusual amount of accuracy and Is calculated to btf a great help to thn class. They will then continue . v r,n,1 Ihnm outfit for tho trip to tho hills. IMMORAL PUIS ARE PLACER UNDER BAN 1 ' ."It -t (Douglas InternationaL) In tho Southern Messenger pub lished at San Antonio, Texas, was recently published an address by the Federation of Catholic Societies, composed of eminent gtitlemen in all sections of tho country against what Is termed tho Immoral stage. copy of this address was handed to the Dally International by Father iiHhed is making a splendid record Gheldorr, of this city, and from it ror efficiency and I have every con- thf following is extracted: 'rtdence that It will become oven Tho American Federation of Cath , euer aB tjmo passes. Colonel Cab- ullc SocleUeB hag observed for some r aoj the ciril officials namod by years how tho theatre, which has j uit insurrccto provisional govern- Hich iioworful Influence for good or'mcnt have certainly earned the evil, has deteriorated to. a woof ully , thanks of everyone in Cananea for great extent. We deplore that plays joie courteous and kindly manner In have been produced upon the stage , hich they have proceeded with which mock at sacred things and lneir important duties since .they moral principle which the Christian yame into Cananea after the pine holds in highest respect We de-Va evacuated by the federal. " i piore still" more deeply that these j'lhus spoke Dr. 1. D. Ricketts, gen- plays of flrstrclasm houses soon find ri-al manager of the Four C com- inoir way into cueuiw aorarewrai iilaced. nickelodeons, vaudevilles, and moving picture hows and thus reach out to our American youths and cbi! dren. Plas as objectionable as "Miss Innocence," "Desperate Chance." "The Ilypoerltes," "KretR zer Sonata" and "Sappho," which were condemned and denounced as infecting the moral mind and fibre ot the nation, seem to hnte been dis carded, but there arc still theatres mUsing their high and noble aim and debauching tho minds and hearts of the theatre-goers and especially of our young people. When plays like "Salome," "Tho Blue Mouse," "The Soul Kiss," "The Girl From Rector," "The Easiest Way," "The Girl in tho Train." 'Tho Girl in the Taxi." "Alma, Wo Wohnst Du," "La Samarl talne," are praised and heralded as attractions, wo feel that the theatri cal producers and managers aro men acing the public morality and the welfare of tho nation. For these plays, being based on abominable sexual pervorslty and setting up a standard of monilitj which Is open HcentlownesSr will gradually accustom- tho spectators, first in thought, then In deed, to disregard ami dis card all Christian modesty. The Importation of risky German and French farces and comedies like "The Foolish Virgin," "The Woman I-asses." and similar pteys bv Cows, exhibit such a morbid standard of moral Jeooo that we nun Justlv expect them to be deaoimeed by a sane American public. If no check is put on such productions we shall aro long have tfce lamentable condi tion of the Freacb stage duplicated in Asmlca. Our County Federations that have somedmos requested the snnagers to stop salacious plays havo bees ouleted with tho excuse that tic nasty play had been expurgated, but tho subsequent facts showed what could havo been anticipated, viz: that tho moral filth and poison were inherent in tho play. At other times a religious title has been mado the drawing card, or the unsavory title .h t.iT has been changed with- Lo sublect Such in - ", rhaicJnc tho subject sucn in-'r. - '""'" -"- ",?' cut ff't insincere, attempU and other worso performances exhlb SJSVm SSSSTttf rtlcace'Utag oxal pcrservlty. are not what pf.ari?.i1:rlihot aklnc :aw! th decent poic want Tho da R?W,C ii of mJSrpoIson eTo cent people arT not a negllglhto feu-nlta natW wc5o tC trappo5;q8nUty. and the people's Ideas awl Ga-nollo patwra tmmj u - 1 d ,, must n measured by the (oX earrraware' tKt any times -entiirent of the vulgar crowd of d.e tbTercse u givou "the people want I ancbecs. ALDRlCrTS GLORY In Defeat He Has Palatial - ' u . . Quarters If it"tke a groat geiwral to bring victory; out of defeat, to rotroaf and bring off aU his k baggage and artll" torr, ahd vosslbly some of the ene my, then former Senator rcison W Aldrteh ot Rhode Islaud. in his retreat from public life, has met all , the requirements of mllltarv genius. ..... . . ' Vnt nnr iirw Mr. Airtricn retain . his chairmanship ot tho monetary commission of S7G00 a year, with no limit oxcept his own conscience on the amount of money be is authoris ed to draw from tho United States treasurj to spend on that commls 8km. but ho has seized and now holds for Ihe commission tho finest suites in the new $3,000,000 marble otfice Muldtng of tho senate It is worth $!.."0 of anybody's hard earned mor. c to accompany a mere member of the United States senate Into the eaato offico building just to get an accurate view of what the senators think oMhe late republican boss." 'Where Is your offico senator?' '- l"v " r"u ""." .'" "" I- .1. . tiiut iiAeMhn nnn nol'a ter. the truly tuaRnii c ent por- " -" ,,.,.,". ..i.V. ndor. To right ana to leu aro suuea o' mahogany and marble, four rooms nnj ono even of five. This Is Aid. nob's. In some are sideboards flash- ;uc with cut glass. In ono ot then Ms iherc any single article that could . 'm- any better than it Is. for the best v anv better man it is. lor tne uest is only good .enough. "But. whoro Is our ornco. senator! yon Tepea-- "Down here, about half a mile. ssarls the senator, who has left l wd nature outsido on tho marbiP 'teiH hk all senators do since AICa r - -- --. - - . i senator speaks tho truth. It does teem almost like half a nillo down to Ills comparatively, modest apart ments. "Who has tho swoll ones near the -ntrance you may Inquire If you 3Te ea-eiess about tlrrin; up a sen n(or .Monc1nrv cornmtesionAIdrlch Ia, Tol mrrons. Money, and tho' rest of .cm B!g 5 suite's Aldrich's. "I thought those men were out of rongress." "They are.". "How do tbey come to have' the btt offices in tho building?" '"""" ?"":' '" "l" fc "'5 Ilecauso wo are a lot of weak sis " wna' carc: mu "" """ hut up, or I will break your back!' This is no isolated instance. You can get a(riso out ot almost any Ber ator, unless you happen to strike one who has one of tho flno sult that Mr. Aldrich am not want or Off-looked. But tho impression a stranger receives from the peculiar situation is that, while it Is a fairly desirable thing to bo a member of the senato it is twice as desirable to bo a member of tho monetary ommission. RICKETTS HAS PRAISE FOR INSURRECTO FORCES (Douglas International.) ..w.r,,r,r1f tvMM, h,a , notniL. pany ar uananea. wno psefl raru, tne city on rou.e Home from a short illiir.H raMi, cnntalnin? goblets. IkiwU. business trip to El Paw- I . ,. ,.,.. arm( d. , nnd Speaking of the Industrial ecndl-, ... " , , ,j ., , tion at Cananea he said that every-1 "' "rt1'' ,n M,,rpr add b",n7e thing was moving along In the usu- TIm- rnre are now centrally ae al manner, with no difficulty in keep-1 kimtrleilgeil to I the veritable rem lng the force to a normal stage, With Dr. Rlcketts this morning was Mr. Surrels, who Is from Manhattan, jNer York, and Is the chief counwrt of tho Greone-Cananea Copper com' pany, who is going to tho big cop-, per camp for a few days visit The Feminine of It. Teacher TomrnV. what H the fem inine of the oawnhne "stag?" Tom my (wboe mother is a society leader) Afternoon tea. m.i"am.-Sphlns Antiquity of the Senate Tlie senate 1 bXorically much older ibBD the lower bouse, or house of rep resentatives, as It U called In our country ami time In the remote time, white as yet there wa no surb thing as a science of government. tlie tribe was wont to look to Its old men. od account of tbelr wisdom and experi ence, for adrlce( In nit matters per tatedag tn th tribe, and those old men were the first senators. The from "senh."1 wnnl eAnnfnr .-nm meaning oW As civilization advanced and seated government Ijeeame a fact the nenale continued to be composed of the old men. and wben by ami by the wound t-hambpr. or council, was .Hided the senate rontlnnpd to receive the larger measure of reverenco and resipect- New Vork American these plays; give the pcoplo what thoy want" Wo most earnestly protest against the allegation. There are thousands, nay millions ot Amer ican people who aro disgusted witn these putrid exhibitions. We most emphatically assert that themes of divorce, adultery, seduction, double 1 life, conjugal infidelity, free love, adultery, scauction, gouuif DREADWAUGHTS Are the Nations Wasting For tunes on ThemT Tho advantage of building gigan tic -vessels for war Is bodly challong ed by Admiral Roscndahl, an emi nent German specialist. In tho Poutscho Revue (Stuttgart). Dread' nought building is in tho first place so expcnslvo and extravagant. Uo avers, that "tho stato which builds jm-ntnnn.ht. -mum finnllr hecome finally become .... ...,. bankrupt." In tho second place this monstrous vessel Is not so well adapted for naval .maneuvers as a smaller ship. "A great objection to tho dreadnoughts Is found in the fact that attacks on a coast, and espe cially in seizing a port of tho enemy, "hose huge ships aro not so easily handled and aro oxposert to more Hanger than smaller vossols." Fur their. V.V naval power which undertake to solze tho port ot an enemy cannot . f rord to expose her best and biggest ships to tho risks ot mines and min i marines such as would line the "oast, but would do better to employ fleet of smallor vessels, one of ... ... . . . "Men might bo lostor cnppieu ithout vory muih inlpairlur e ef. iw-iency ot mo rorcc. , i.tr-,tinnC iirire ns to (,lo conciugIon tnat it would bo well (f aa . jnternational agreement could bo arrIlC(1 at Dy tho powers to build ,.. ,.,- r mnitornte-KiTed wanI for the 0llclng of the sea . tecn against -iinclvllized ., .luut.n nntnsi imlIon8 Sucu an agreement to limit ,hc S,2C of the eccts Jn acc0rdanco ,...,.. (.,i -,i -ninnte. . nmtnM. ulthbnsh It mlcht not sat- lg lbe wlEhcs ot extreme pacHists. ...... .' :. i. -. 1.., VUUIU IJC UUIJIIU 1UI ail Jlim.uwi'1'u.- poses. The question is whether Hdb- iand would consent to this. The admiral turns to naval hlstorj in his suppdrt ot his views. The jreat sea fights have been fought with small ships, fa he reminds us "We cannot forget that the most ruinous heroes, such as Xelson and rarragut. always erapioyed light and aslly handled shirs ot war In their victorious conflicts. These smalt vos tels have often won victories over larger and more numerous, squadrons and such victories may bo won even today. Good fortune and favorable circumstances hae aiwavs been iir poiant ftictors Sn succossfnl war fare,, but the defeated party generally owed his failure to Inferiority In leadership, tactics, and general mor ale. But a tlghtor can trust as little to mere luck for victory as to tho inferiority and dofleioncles or his adersary. The issuo of a war mar bo decided in a single battle, as his tory tells us, but generally as a matter of fact the unreadiness or In feriority of tho conquered party In 'ircd his uefeat before the' battle 8 begun." The admiral sums up by defending Hie course Germany takes for kcer ! her powder dry, but Is Inclined o lay the onus upon England. His practical sugestlon Is that arma 'euU bo imited by International compact, and particularly that ton noge and sizo of warships be re- hjricted. This ho says, would pre- vent a great loss of life and propor. ' ln war as a11 tho national eggs woW not be put Into ono basket The "Iliad" Not a Myth, The fall of Troy after n ttn. year siege by the (Jreclnn princes about US? n. C has Ions been considered a a rather mvthlcal foundstlon for Unoer's immtrtni ,-nlc the -Ilted " But in 17 ?, l Zl r ,.. , . tho oxcaratfc.as of .vchHemaim m. the -'PhmJ -lte of Trwr liryusht to :lght imdr thea1!! of twosuperlticiinil'Bt fortress rtties llw traialiK answering ,, the cVrscriplfoni of Iloiwr and . s rani or !! onci rnt nchesor rrtara. hl-li. altlMHish depicted by ten yor tf mwiIt warfare In the pnrchn" of kiiIIIiw ami incrvcniirips and the (IBal i-K of tho nilncI city, were thus pre en? flrirh thf museums of Ett rop' nnd greatly Increase our renlfzn iIiki of the witlth and uit of that :in ctt-nt Ilium, which we have hitherto Iwii dlsp,il to con,lihT a poet'!' dream. -Churl tVInsIort Hall In -Na llotial Magaxttte Dickens Literary Gains. The papers have often printed a reat deal of pure uommmi.-h on t6e subject of Dickens' literary galrn. Dickens U stated to have died lea v. Ins "earnings that often accrue to a n-jpectaWe solicitor." Thin is rub Wli Dk-kens loft C0300 In round figures, and this did not include a con siderable sum of money that be hitd settled some ycar before his death nis readings (lSyS-OOi had brought in aboct 3C.00a It Is forgotten that Dickens lgan life without one nennv and that every farthing he spent or gave away or left was earned by him self, only excepting 2.000 which wai bequeathed to him by a friend about two year before his own death. Dlck-en- liTcd Rbcrally (some people said extravagantly) for nbout thirty-four year, he brought up and started in "life n large and very expensive family, nnd he gave away a .great deal of money to needy relatives. London Truth. Considerate Revolutionists. The wildest and roost ferocious rev olutionaries I have known have often Ixvn in private llftf merciful, tender. unc!(Hb. cons!dcrate.-T. P. O'Connor lu lndon T. P.V Weekly. Warned. He -Darling. I don't know what to say 10 your father. She-Just say.' 'Mr. Mnnn, 1 wish, to marry yoari danghter then dodge. Eastern Markets Yesterday (By U. J. Ovcrlock.X BOSTON". May 26. Although the coprcrs -nero dull they Bhowed a hot ter tone than yesterday. North Butto rallied half a point and held right up to tho c,lose." -There were only a few transactions In Lako around 37. East Butte was slightly weaker on the sale ot 500 Bhares. Tho market will probably be dull and unsettled tomorrow in .anticipation of' tho Tobacco decision on Monday but wo expect a continuation of acti vity and strength after tho holiday next week. Paine, Webber &. Co. Curbs continue dull with only light trading. Warren sold at 21 and 21 and Donn at GS. Balance practically unchanged. London copper opened 10s lower. , NEW YORK Amal 6 J Atch HSi SrooUors - G0 Smolters ... ., Mt BUT Beet Sugar .., . .i , CH It & O .. 1008 C & O K ... sss Can Pac - 234i C F I ,. .,. 33 Erlo ... .., . . . ...... 321 Gt Nor ,: 1291 Gen Elec lflSf Mo Pac .... i ...,, 30 N P 12t N V C. . 1071J M KT .. t ,.. ...... .. 31 Li& N . .', ; ...... 1472 Ponna ..v ...... 122 R I ...... .. .... . .. 32 r-Readlng ., --', .....150 St Paul ..? t 122J So Uy -i , ,, 2C fSo Pac ..,.. ... IIS Steer ...... , 7S Steel Pfd 110J Ter Pac , .., 28 Union Pac 1S3 Wabash ... .; 17 W U . 82i N & W , 107J Rop Steel .' 29J BOSTON Ad 7 Atl ' G& Coalition ... ., 20 C & M 475 C & A .. 56? DWostv.- .. ri E Butto" .. . 138 Frank" .".' 10J Granby . .- 3S G. Can ....' i7 Giroux ,.. ..; Ci , iioj-aie iu Inspiration nj Keowor w - - 21 Lake i ..'. 37 Mich 21 Mass :;. ... -..; .' sj Mohawk , 45 Miami 201 Nov Cons 1UJ N Butto 381 Old I)om .. T. 44 ' Osceola .. ,... 104 i Parrott ..:.-. u C-incy ax - 72 j Indiana m Hay Cons ir Ray Cent " lj Chino 24J Shattuck 10 S& P , "... 1GJ , S & B 6 j Shannon , iij Tarn ., .", ... as j Trin j j TTtah Cons ... is ! Utah Cop '. 475 P Dodge . ..'2IF1 Sup Cop 34 CURBS," Saginaw .. . .;. 21 Balrfc 71 B & A ...:. 4 R & L 10 Chemung . . 7 Cactus ... , 15 Cordova . ... 25 Full Paid ax 75 Carmen EG- Denn 6 "lenita ax k 4 Live Oak 21 Wy Cons GO Ely Cent J .3 vJJID , . . mm -4T .- IS nay Cent -". H itosaiia ....... ....ot ... .. ..30 San Antonio ax .'.. .. C Slorra ax. 3 So Lake .- SI i "ohcifnla 3i Qavanna ax 11 j Full Paid ax .. ... .'. 3 ' Summitt 63 N Tigro IS Warrior 4 i Warren r. .. 21 Wolverine ax 70 Summitt 65' . "DRUMMERS" ARE IN SESSION. .N'XISTOX. Ala.. May 26. An- r""r rr"r",.r.at 'rrnr several hundred today by an inva. s!on of "drummers" from every sec tion cf tho state Tho oscaslon is the anneal convention of tho Ala . araa grand co'incll of the United j Commercial Travelers which thl 1 morning began the first of a t.vo days' scries of sessions at which business appertaining to tho affairs of the organization Is to be trans acted, while socll diversions and if cursions to pleasure resorts will also tako up much of tho delegates" time. Tho opening- session today wa presided over by Grand Counsellor W. A. Anderson of Salem. Darfbarbler: "You pay too little attention to your personal appear ancc. Remember that clothes mike the man." "Yes, but for mo the mia sa b he won't make any more clothes'" Pittsburg Post: "Do tho children atIn nto ictters to Santa Claus?" -xot now, AH tho kida havo ami" j teur wireless station ' ; I mnvvwi y 4 1T17 4in wvrYYT i Ht BAim ur msmt OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN . 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" Guthrie Lt. 3:24 p.m 8:35 a.m. Dnncan 2:30 p.m. 8:58 a.m." Lordsburg " 1:20 p.m ll:058,m.Ar. Hachit " ll:50a.m South bound train connecti with Southern Pacific west bound train No. 1, leaving Lordsburg 10:t7, & m.. Mountain Time. South bound train connects wl'6 El Paso & Southwestern east bounc train for El Paso, leaving Hachit trtth "w.t ' t oana Vain for Douglas' ftnfi Bisbce. leaving HachlU at 11:10, I Tt i'? A m-. x cental n Time, ana - wountwn Tim. A, T. THOMSON. Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona, Feb 17. 1911 Bo Wears MUJ0St fanre j8 Cad oat afeoHt tiea YOU Know About OUR- Prices TkeyvriS iatercst yea wb ys9 rs ifi seed of printing 9 Z2 B ' (I EVE INSURANCE B i a lll .1 hr,rmA a. ik 1. . i ilt i rtj. 11 fz I'm 1 1 a F. KkJ r-Ji j , JfagLJ 1 I Blsfcsee, Arizorsa. $200,000.00 Deposits Over ONE MILLION Hollars OVERLOCK i Broker Wsbbsr & Cs Bciton and Calumtl. & Bryan, Chicago ,md Ntw York. Special Attention Given to Copper Stocks Only One Person in a Hundred can keep money in his possession and not let it slip through his fingers. PUT A DOLLAR IN YOUR POCKET and see how much you have of it in a week's time Money put in your bank is there when you want it MORAL OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH US TODAY, WE PAY 4 INTEREST ON. SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. OFr-ICERS J. C. Colllni, Pts., C. L. Edmundson, V. Prt. W. McKee. Vice Priis., B.NR. Kuykendal'l.Cjh., E. L. Blair, A's'l Ctih., O. W. W If, Atft Cath. DIRECTORS J. C. Colllni, W E. McKee, C. A HeDonals C. L. Edmunton, B. h. KuykendaM. Citizens Bank and Trust Company BISBEE, ARIZONA. (Bhicken Feec We havo Just received a car load ot chicken feed. This, shipment contains all the dl fercnt varieties of feed stun that is necessary for the sue cessful raising of chickens. Egg food, Chick food, alfalfa, peal. Special dry, wholo corn, chops, barley, oycter shell. txmt granite grit. Blood meal and charcoal. iMneneiinpi,. Office Main St Opp. Palace - .-. - - - - 1 - -1 r LUNCH BUCKETS Given our specia' atten tion. Ercrythinj clsan and sanittry. ! BUSY BEE CAFE BISBEE AND LOWELI PALACE LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING PARLORS BOWEN & HUBBARD PROPRIETORS AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE Elsbee ana Lowali Phone B-23 , Phon L-7 DIP ECTOR W. H. CROPHY. J. S. DOUOLAS. KN WILLIAMS, L. D. RICKETTS, . J. CUNNINQHAB attention as larger ones. with prudent banking. New r.,,er, . rcen er Stables Telephone 235. P. O. Box 627 O $ 4 $ $s 0. K. STABLES Ambulant Servlc. . Day and NIchL PHONE 15 FLETCHER & HENNES8S V 4 BK3sVt3s1sssWt?P1rLli ssSMttPEI wirrmtis-T TisW- J)R. F. R. WILLIAMS Has Moved to thi C. & A. Dispensary. Once Hours 9 to 10 a. m 1 ta S and 4 to 6 p. n. ' Phons 33 GERALD DEBELY FIRST CLASS WATCHMAK ER. JEWELER & ENGRAVER, AT UNCLE SAM'S PLACE MAIN STREET Every day Is bargain day If yea follow our want ad colnma. IB3&E0?b)s)hBBbs)s)s)s)s)S8 bsSbh S r A 1 ' i i4 T iM 11 mtf "Sss aHjP' SAVIUbisisisisisisisB I; I I H t j w r t-m"